Skip to comments.THE REAL HILLARY CLINTON: Episode #15 - Rape, Part 2
Posted on 01/02/2003 1:49:32 AM PST by doug from upland
#1 - FJB
#2 - Children in Hospital
#3 - She Throws Coffee in Marine's Face
#4 - Dissing Health Care Execs Who Offered Solution
#5 - Hillary, the Commies, and the Black Panthers
#6 - Defiling the White House Christmas Tree
#7 - Hillary Calls the Police Murderers
#8 - How Did She Get Her Name?
#9 - Sister Frigidaire
#10 - Troopers and Secret Service as Servants
#11 - Beep, Beep, Get Out of My #$%&@&$ Way
#12 - Hillary Lied to Zeifman, Rigged Nixon Impeachment Protocols
#13 - It Takes a Village To Stiff a Waitress
Episode #14 - Rape, Part 1
NOTE: the survival of our Republic is threatened by two things -- fundamentalist Islamic terrorists and Hillary Rodham Clinton. President Bush is leading the fight against the terrorists. It is up to those of us who know the real Hillary Clinton to lead the fight against her. We must shine the light of truth on this dangerous woman so that all Americans may know the real Hillary.
#15 in the continuing series.
Among the sources for this episode are www.conservative.org, angelfire.com, and Matt Drudge.
Juanita Broaddrick, whose name was Dickey at the time, was raped by Bill Clinton in a Little Rock hotel room while attending a nurse's convention sponsored by the American College of Nursing Home Administrators. She was a volunteer on the Attorney General's campaign as he was running for his first term as Governor.
He convinced Juanita to meet in her room because there were too many reporters in the coffee shop at the Camelot Inn where she was staying for the convention. She thought it was a little unusual, but she thought it would be okay because this was the Attorney General. She was a volunteer on his campaign. She later has stated that she was naive in thinking they were going to talk about his campaign.
Within five minutes of entering the room he was all over her. Juanita's marriage was breaking up at the time and she was involved with the man who would become her husband to this day. She had no interest in an affair with Clinton.
After the biting and brutal rape, which she resisted, Clinton left her lip swollen and bleeding and said, "You better put some ice on that." He also very cooly put on his sunglasses as he left the room.
Right after the rape, she told her roomate at the convention, Norma Kelsey, what had happened. They quickly left and stopped for ice for the injured lip on the way home to Van Buren. She was shaken, injured, frightened, and did not think anyone would believe her. Who would believe an accusation against the Attorney General of Arkansas? She also told several other friends.
Records indicated that a nursing home administrators conference was held at the Camelot Inn on that date and that Clinton had only one publicly announced event that day, an evening appearance in nearby Conway. White House officials and the state attorney general's office said they do not have records of his schedule from then and the Camelot has since closed.
Because Juanita had business with the state, she absolutely had no motive to make up a story. She has not written a book or benefited monetarily. Her friend Norma saw her shortly after the assault with a bloody and swollen lip. No, DemocRAT spinmasters, she didn't trip and fall against the bedpost. Her pantyhose did not rip themselves.
Juanita said Clinton called her at the nursing home several times afterward but she would never take the call.
Shortly after Mr. Rapist survived the impeachment trial, Hillary Clinton was interviewed by Tina Brown for her new venture, TALK MAGAZINE. Brown chose not the ask a question about Broaddrick. After all, the charges were so . . . ugly. The interview was designed to help Hillary.
Matt Drudge did not let it die. He interviewed Juanita on the night when TALK MAGAZINE made its celebrated launch. For the first time, Juanita told of her encounter with Hillary shortly after the rape.
In the Spring of 1978, there was a political rally for Clinton at the home of a local dentist in Van Buren. Juanita was a volunteer and did not have a good excuse to give her then husband for not showing up at the rally. She was a high level volunteer in the campaign.
According to Juanita: "She came directly to me as soon as she hit the door. I had been there only a few minutes. I only wanted to make an appearance and leave. She caught me and took my hand and said, I am so happy to meet you. I want you to know that we appreciate everything you do for Bill."
Needless to say, Juanita was taken aback by such a remark. Did Hillary know about the attack, which had taken place only weeks earlier, or was she simply being nice to a staunch supporter?
Juanita continued her narrative.
"I started to turn away and she held on to my hand and reiterated her phraselooking less friendlyand repeated her statement: Everything you do for Bill. I said nothing. She wasnt letting me get away until she made her point. She talked low, the smile faded on the second thank you. I just released her hand from mine and left the gathering.
"I was in a state of shock ...nausea went all over me ...
"You know, I should not have gone to that political gathering, but I think I was in denial at the time. I actually became physically ill. I went outside and told my first husband I had to go home." When she got home, she destoyed all of the Clinton campaign material she had.
In contrast to Hillary, during the brief time they were in the crowded room together, Bill Clinton kept his distance from Broaddrick.
"He never spoke to me or came near me."
Juanita also told Drudge that "one of her friends had driven the Clintons to the rally from the airport that dayand the topic of the conversation throughout the ride was Broaddrick!"
Hillary wanted to be sure someone pointed out this woman, wanted to meet her.
"Hillary knew something," Juanita told Matt Drudge. "I just dont know what exactly."
Drudge was not the first person in the media Broaddrick talked to about this incident. She told Drudge "that during her controversial January interview with NBC News, two producers refused to continue when the subject of the Hillary encounter was brought up.
"As soon as I told them what happened with Hillary," Juanita said, "they stopped rolling the tape and said not to go down that road."
And how did she feel about Hillary now that the rape story was out?
"Im not frightened of this woman," Juanita said. "I am frightened of her power ...And the spin by the media ...the way they protect her."
Using the term co-rapist to describe Hillary Clinton is indeed very appropriate.
I guess writing this at quarter to two in the morning might be a little late. Juanita's last name at the time was Hickey, not Dickey. Sorry.
The next time some liberal fascist jerk drops by and asks why we don't like Hillary, I'll do an hour of cut and paste.
Even in the face of damning evidence, most of the Clintonistas I know will defend her to the death.
The strange part of this is the major media trying to bury the story.